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Chunky Vaginal Discharge

When chunky vaginal discharge is present, it could be a sign of infection in which the treatments leep procedure and cryotherapy are ineffective. White, yellow or colorless secretion from the vagina is normal for all women of the reproductive age; during pregnancy it increases much. The amount of this secretion may increase also due to stress, ovulation, sexual excitement and during sexual intercourse. When chunky vaginal discharge is present, it could be a sign of infection in which the treatments leep procedure and cryotherapy are ineffective.

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Chunky Vaginal Discharge

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LEEP Procedure, Cryotherapy

If the secretion is cheesy white and accompanied by itching and redness, it can be vaginal yeast infection; gray substance with a fishy odor often means bacterial vaginosis. Green or yellowish-gray substance may be a sign of other sexually transmitted diseases. When chunky vaginal discharge is present, it could be a sign of infection in which the treatments leep procedure and cryotherapy are ineffective.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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